New Delhi, Dec 22 (IANS) Television actor Bhakhtiyaar Irani, who took a voluntary exit from the reality show 'Bigg Boss' after accepting Rs.1 million, says he loved the way his fellow contestant Aditi Govitrikar carried herself in the house.
'I adore the way Aditi carried herself inside the 'Bigg Boss' house. She respected everyone,' Bhakhtiyaar told IANS in an interview.
'She hardly cried... she behaved like a true friend. When Tanaaz was evicted, I could see how upset she was. I got a chance to spend more time with her and know that she can be a very good friend,' he added.
Whosoever will win the show, will get Rs.10 million.
Asked why did he settle for Rs.1 million, Bhakhtiyaar said: 'When my wife was evicted, I had said that all those who made Tanaaz cry would leave the house. That's what happened when Claudia (Ciesla), Raju (Srivastava) and Rohit (Verma) were evicted.
'But, when I saw the video where my wife cried because of my behaviour, I realised that I should go too. Hence when I was given this opportunity, I took it up,' he added.
So who will now wear the winner's hat?
'I think it'll be Vindu. In the house, he is like a nomad. He is a character in himself. You can love him, you can hate him, but you can't ignore him,' replied Bhakhtiyaar, who participated in other reality shows like 'Nach Baliye' and 'Hans Baliye'.
Throwing light on his overall experience in the show, Bhakhtiyaar said: 'It was a fun-filled show and a very different experience. Everyone should try something like this once. People saw my aggressive side on the show owing to the circumstances, but now I want to do more shows so that I can show (positive) changes in me.'
The 'Bigg Boss' finale will be Dec 26.